I was sent a bottle of Liz Earle Superskin Face Serum to review and I could not wait to try it.
It is an intensive face serum that is powered by naturally active ingredients which includes collagen, pomegranate flower extract, Persian silk tree extract, and rhubarb extract.
It is specifically targeted at those with maturing skin or very dry skin and it evens the tone of the skin while reducing the appearance of wrinkles. It should give you a visibly firmer, lifted and youthful looking complexion.
The serum is dispensed through a pump, which I think is great as I can get just the right amount out that I need every time.
The serum does have a bit of a scent to it, I would describe it as a moisturiser scent.
I am 38 now and my face is not as youthful as it once was which saddens me a bit as I do not feel any older than I did in my twenties, it is just my face, especially around the eyes that is letting me down.
My routine for the last week has been cleansing my skin with cleanser and my face brush, drying my face. Pumping a bit of the Superskin Face Serum into a clean hand, rub my hands together for a second and then rub into my face. I applied it just like I would apply moisturiser, making sure that all of the face was covered but paying a little more attention to around the eyes where those blasted fine lines are appearing.
This routine is done in the morning and just before bed.
A little of this serum goes a long way, it soaks in to the skin fast leaving no greasiness or tightness.
As I have only been using this for a week I have not seen a huge difference as yet. My skin does feel softer and smoother and I can maybe see a little difference but I think it needs to be used a bit longer before I was to get great results.
I do like the way my skin feels though and I would recommend it for that reason alone and that I know that products with collagen do generally help with ageing skin.
You can purchase Liz Earle Superskin Face Serum is available at the Liz Earle website priced at £48 for a 30ml bottle.
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